Re: [R] parametric proportional hazard regression

From: Gabor Grothendieck <ggrothendieck_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat 08 Jul 2006 - 22:50:44 EST

There is some generalized F code (which would include many other parameteric survival models as submodels) at this page. The R package seems somewhat non-standard in terms of installation and I have not tried it:
http://www.math.mun.ca/~ypeng/research/

On 7/8/06, Valentin Dimitrov <vsdimitrov@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> I am new to the field of survival analysis and my
> first text read on that topic is Franses/Paap,
> Quantitative Models in Marketing Research, Chapter 8.
> There the kind of models I describe are the standard
> proportional hazard models. But also in Internet I
> find texts which say something about parametric PH
> models, where the baseline hazard can take some
> specific form! See for instance:
> http://www.weibull.com/AccelTestWeb/proportional_hazards_model.htm
> The second part reads "parametric PH models" and there
> is an example with the Weibull baseline distribution.
> The log-likelihood is derived, too. The same could be
> done with the other distributions I mentioned
> (lognormal, loglogistic, exponential).
> Anyway, if you say these models are untraditional,
> then maybe there is also no R-function for them...
> In that case I'll write a R-code myself to fit them
> using ML.
>
> Kind regards,
> Valentin
>
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